“I don’t embrace speakers who give me excuses about why their speeches don’t work, I embrace solutions.”
Over the last 25 years, Dr. Anderson has transformed failing public speakers worldwide. Dr. Anderson will turn these ineffective talkers into powerful communicators.
Dr. Jim Anderson believes that great business skills are no substitute for poor presentation skills. All too often some of a company’s best innovations and problem solving skills are locked up within its staff.
They struggle to communicate their ideas using overloaded PowerPoint slides, rambling speeches, and confusing jargon. No matter if it’s the entry level programmer or the CEO, poor communication skills mean that their talent & ideas will remain untapped.
What if there was someone who could speak their language? What if there was someone who could help them build on the technical skills that they already have and teach them how to reach out to both technical and non-technical audiences in order to capture their minds and imaginations?
This blog, “The Accidental Communicator“, is where Dr. Jim Anderson shares the knowledge that he has gained while working with individual speakers and audiences for over 25 years. His refreshing sense of humor, deep technical knowledge about how we communicate, and his superb communication skills drive what you’ll find in this blog.
Welcome to the premier blog for quickly conquering your fears and improving your public speaking, presentation & communication skills.
The Accidental Communicator blog is a publication of Blue Elephant Consulting. Blue Elephant Consulting uses our unique public speaking evaluation tools to show technical professionals, technical departments, and professional associations located in the United States how to evaluate their public speaking skills, determine what needs to be improved, and then provides proprietary speaking , consulting, group conference call coaching, and digital training products and services to help implement these changes.
For more information on Blue Elephant Consulting and how to develop your communication skills, check out: www.BlueElephantConsulting.com
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